Common Types of Pedestrian Accidents
2) Driving under the influence of alcohol
3) Driving without due care or attention
5) Ignoring traffic signals, e.g. traffic lights There are many other causes but these are the most common factors involved. If there is evidence to show that the accident was not your fault then you may be entitled to compensation. This applies even if an accident has occurred but you have no recollection of it.
If you, a family member, or friend has recently suffered a personal injury or is currently on long-term disability as a result of a pedestrian accident, then you may be entitled to compensation. Let Greater Toronto Area’s Premier Family-First Personal Injury and Long-Term Disability Lawyers at Benjamin Law handle the details, in order to get you the compensation that you deserve.
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